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Woodville Family Law Attorney

There is no getting around the fact that divorce — and the various issues that come with it — is stressful. The entire process can leave you emotionally and financially drained. At my law firm, the Law Office of J. Michael Risinger, I will work hard to remove as much stress from the divorce process as possible from your life.

I help families in Woodville, Texas, and the surrounding area deal with:

  • Child custody and child visitation
  • Child support
  • Property division
  • Adoptions
  • Grandparents' rights issues

Child Custody And Child Support Attorney In Tyler County Working To Protect Children's Best Interests

Child custody is usually the issue that causes the most heated disagreements when it comes to divorce. Many judges throughout East Texas will order the parents to try mediation before going to trial. It is important to realize that it is in your best interests to come to a decision on child custody with the other parent before a family law judge makes it for you.

When it comes to child custody and other matters, I can help you negotiate a settlement outside of court that avoids trial. This will save you time and money. However, it is important to have experienced legal representation so that you do not agree to something that would have a negative impact on you. I know that negotiating with your ex-spouse may be too difficult; that is why I will be ready to go to trial on your behalf if necessary.

Do Not Agree To A Settlement Without Having A Lawyer Review It

Contact my office today to speak to an experienced family law attorney in Woodville about the divorce process. I can help you get through a divorce quickly while protecting your interests. Call 409-200-2159 to schedule a consultation.

Office Location

Law Office of J. Michael Risinger
314 South Magnolia St.
Woodville, TX 75979
Phone: 409-200-2159
Fax: 409-283-8244
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